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List of compatible motherboards

May be you have to disable before updating your BIOS (rumors?) an re-enable afterwards again

Hmm So it seems I dont have a PCH-FW option in my bios either. I see 'PCH Storage' & 'PCH Storage Configuration', but the PCH-FW option that ive seen in screenshots coming after those is missing

I do have an intel chip (I5 6600k if it matters), any ideas? 

Edit actually the user manual doesnt show it as an option either 

https://manualsbrain.com/en/manuals/1556898/?page=100

 

 

For W11-supported INTEL processors see:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/design/minimum/supported/windows-11-supported-intel-processors

I'm not sure if your processor supports INTEL PTT.

Don't worry, maybe MS will change the W11 system requirements as time goes by…

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Hi!

Just received my P80DB2 LPC Debug Card, and wanted to report another compatible board that was left off the list (I knew it would would since it is a gigabyte x570 with the correct header, but it just isn't in the list). It definitely works on the Gigabyte x570-i Aorus Pro AX (the ITX board, you've got the b550-i listed but not the x570-i).

But it definitely works as expected and displays exactly what I'd expect from Gigabyte's built in debug displays. 

 

Now just have to re-pin the fpanel header connector so I can combine with my Silverstone remote control power button, as the block header prevents being able to connect it as I need. Luckily these things are cake to re-pin, and even re-crimp if needed, so that's just a personal issue, but a suggestion for future would be to separate the front panel into just 2 separate 1x2 connectors, one each for power and reset, rather than the block header, so it can be more easily adapted to work with existing power accessories. But to be honest, if you're buying one of these, you're probably experienced enough to deal with that on your own, but still it would make it easier. 

 

Thanks for the sweet accessory! Now I can get back to memory overclocking again. 

Quote from Brandon Nunn on 2021-07-18, 08:45

Hi!

Just received my P80DB2 LPC Debug Card, and wanted to report another compatible board that was left off the list (I knew it would would since it is a gigabyte x570 with the correct header, but it just isn't in the list). It definitely works on the Gigabyte x570-i Aorus Pro AX (the ITX board, you've got the b550-i listed but not the x570-i).

But it definitely works as expected and displays exactly what I'd expect from Gigabyte's built in debug displays. 

 

Now just have to re-pin the fpanel header connector so I can combine with my Silverstone remote control power button, as the block header prevents being able to connect it as I need. Luckily these things are cake to re-pin, and even re-crimp if needed, so that's just a personal issue, but a suggestion for future would be to separate the front panel into just 2 separate 1x2 connectors, one each for power and reset, rather than the block header, so it can be more easily adapted to work with existing power accessories. But to be honest, if you're buying one of these, you're probably experienced enough to deal with that on your own, but still it would make it easier. 

 

Thanks for the sweet accessory! Now I can get back to memory overclocking again. 

Hello Brandon,

Thank you for your feedback, I've added this board to the list. I considered separate connectors when making this but ultimately went for the simplest option for most people based on standardized front panel layout in one block. It's indeed not overly complicated to move the pins around so I'm glad you got it working for your use case.